It’s easy to dismiss headlines from recent studies claiming that a particular food is “bad” for you—or, conversely, has
been declared a “superfood.” Most research articles that demonize a certain type of food follow a similar pattern:
they describe a condition that everyone is afraid of.looking at pre-existing sets of self-reported data (from a biobank
or other long-term observational study), noting a possible link between the
always equal causation, and urging individuals to adopt healthy eating habits regardless.
Another of these studies was released today, and it tackles the age-old question of whether eating meat—
particularly highly processed meats—increases our risk of dementia.
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